Truro Real Estate Cape Cod
Truro is located in between the Towns of Wellfleet and Provincetown which offer a full range of activities and fun attractions for your vacation. Today, Truro remains much like the Pilgrims found it; over half of the land area of Truro is protected by the Cape Cod National Seashore, administered by the U.S. National Park Service. Fishing, whaling and shipbuilding made up the town's early industry. Today, Truro is one of the more exclusive towns on the Cape, noted for its affluent residences, rolling hills and dramatic dunes along the coast. Truro is the site of the Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse (also known as the Cape Cod Light), the first lighthouse on Cape Cod. Located by the lighthouse is a wonderful public golf course the Highland Golf course with incredible scenic views of the beaches and dune cliffs. Many artists are drawn to Truro due to its unique light. The beauty and solitude, which can be found any time of year, is a constant source of inspiration. This lure for artists led to the creation of the Center for the Arts at Castle Hill. This artist facility hosts exhibitions, lectures, forums, concerts and other similar activities in order to promote social interaction among artists, craftsmen, laymen and the community at large. Truro is also home to the Payomet Performing Arts Center a non-profit performing arts organization that hosts exciting professional live music, theatre and humanities events.